Women's History Month

The first daughter failed to address Donald Trump's education budget cuts, his battle against reproductive rights and his boast about assault, Twitter users said.
“I think it’s so important for our stories to be told the way we want them to, with our voice, in our voice,” the multitalented rapper told HuffPost.
“You deserve to be able to walk down the street and get something healthy and not have to search for it.”
“When wellness is constantly marketed as a white woman who is eating really exclusive food, people don't see themselves represented in that,” said Lopez.
“Once equality is the norm for all women, trans or cis, the women’s movement will be perfect,” says Jazz Jennings.
“Vulnerability is scary. I associate bravery with vulnerability because it takes bravery to be vulnerable,” the Brooklyn wellness expert says.
“When you do have symbols of representation that are readily available to you, it becomes real. It becomes possible. It becomes something you can envision yourself as.”
It’s safe to say Reese Witherspoon knows a thing or two about strong female characters. Over the past two decades, the actress
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Meet 11 black women who are encouraging others to see the beauty in themselves.
Verizon celebrates Women’s History Month with a conversation featuring Verizon’s Tami Erwin and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and MAKERS creator and founder, Dyllan McGee. Verizon’s Ronan Dunne also sits down with leaders to discuss the opportunities and obstacles facing women in tech. Tune in at 1 PM ET.
“If I am out there living and breathing and attempting, not having to be the best at it, but attempting, that is a powerful statement of its own.”
“There's power in embracing who you are, your history, what you look like and not trying to pretend to be somebody else.”
Goodreads compiled some of the most popular books about extraordinary women.
The all-female writing team of “Russian Doll” created a masterpiece.
Astronauts Anne McClain and Christina Koch, along with flight controller Jackie Kagey, are set to conduct the International Space Station spacewalk on March 29.
Because every month is Women's History Month if you try hard enough ♀
Some highlights of empowering picture books, middle grade titles and YA reads of the past 10 years.
For Kali and Vickie, "family" isn't defined by race, sexuality or gender.
Students should learn how these women were at the forefront of movements for liberation and resistance.